Healthy Holiday Eating Guide

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Focus on “Free Vegetables”

Fill half your plate with nutritious veggies that add very little to your calories intake—“Things like salad or Brussels sprouts or green beans” Andrus says. Eating veggies as your first helping will help you feel full, which helps you cut back on starches or sweets.

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